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San Antonio Military Funeral Planning Checklist Including a Photographer

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Planning a funeral could be a very hard task, especially considering the circumstances. As soon as something as tragic as a family member or friend passes away, the last thing you want to deal with is planning the funeral. For this reason, we have collected a list of things to remember when planning a funeral. Although this will not help with the emotional anxiety you are experiencing, it may blast off some of the pressure you are experiencing in such a difficult time.
When planning a funeral, consider the following:

1. Accumulate personal details and compile to form an obituary.
2. Choose a funeral home
3. Choose whether the deceased will be buried or cremated.
4. Select a casket or cremation container.
5. Choose the funeral location and sort of funeral service.
6. Choose when and where the visitations will take place (attend visitations as well).

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Don’t forget that a photographer can help you make it through your pain and suffering. Do a video for a funeral can be quite nice. Not that funeral photography is nice but can help with the  final resting period and transition. A funeral photo memory recording can help seize special moments throughout the ceremony. From the church to the cemetery to the burial. A good photographer can produce a video and photographs that are long lasting memories of your loved one.

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  • 7. Decide what the deceased will wear (if buried).
    8. Make a selection the music for the funeral service.
    9. Decide on literature to be read at the funeral service.
    10. Arrange for funeral transportation (funeral coach, limo, clergy car, etc.).
    11. Choose the clergy or the officiator.
    12. Pick who you would like to be the pallbearers.
    13. Pick which family member or friend is mosting likely to perform the eulogy.
    14. Choose a cemetery (if not already chosen by the deceased).
    15. Choose a burial or cremation plot (or even already chosen by the deceased).
    16. Submit the obituary to the appropriate newspapers, etc
    . Depending on whether the death was expected, much of these considerations may have already been planned by the deceased. If the death was abrupt, chances are there will be more planning on your part.

There are a range of things to consider which can not be arranged before the death occurs. These will need to be taken into factor as well. These include issues such as obtaining death certificates, applying for a burial permit and arranging a location and for food for the reception.
Alternative considerations which are usually discussed, but are a lot less crucial to the funeral service planning process, include matters for example, flower arrangements, fashion jewelry of the deceased, memorial cards and supporting out-of-town guests. These are crucial issues, but they can likely be performed by someone else except for the individual doing the remaining planning.

The funeral planning process is very challenging for just one person to take on. You will need to come together and support each other and make sure you each contribute your part to the planning process. Don’t put the burden on just one person; it’s too much to deal with at a time which is presently very high pressure. For information on funeral pics location and photography services give our photography studio a call to discuss your needs.